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Sep 29, 2010 11:00pm PDT
announcer ] wells fargo. with you when it's time to save. ♪ human being. >> this woman used to work as a housekeeper for meg whitman and she came forward today to say she is here illegally and whitman knew it. >> cecilia vega is here with more on the possible political fallout for the republican candidate. cecilia? >> carolyn, this political fallout could be coming in the days ahead. she said she had no idea her housekeeper was undocumented until last year. but the housekeeper's lawyer said she knew and did nothing about it. >> we have to hold employers accountable for hiring only documented workers. >> that was yesterday. today she emerged, her former house ceerp of nine years and she -- housekeeper for nine years and in the country illegally. >> and i said, meg, please, can you help me? she was very upset and said, no! and you don't know me, and i have never seen you. >> with attorney gloria allred by her side, she said whitman treated her like garbage. >> in short, it was a nightmare. >> from the campaign trail in san jose, whitman fired back. she said she hired nicky through an
ABC
Sep 15, 2010 11:00pm PDT
and asked for driver's licenses using addresses of homes that burned to the ground. >> they have never had a driver's license before, but that house got burned down. >> they took their id's to various agencies such as pg&e looking for handouts. >> essentially you can walk out with $1500 in gift cards and a free cell phone. >> and they did? >> they did. >> the dmv figured out they were lying and arrested all four people. it is too much for san bruno residents to bear. >> they need to be locked up for a longtime. they need serious, serious punishment. that's the lowest of low. >> inside the neighborhood, police arrested one person for looting and caught two would be looters impersonating a firefighter and utility worker. the residents are still finding some valuables that managed to escape the fire and the thieves. today firecrews cut into a safe they found in the rubble and discovered jewelry inside. residents were given a couple hours today to sort through the debris. >> yeah, i was surprised that my brother's cd's some were still in tact. we were able to find photos of my mom and my aunt
ABC
Sep 23, 2010 11:00pm PDT
it will take billions from our children when we can least afford it. get california working again-for all of us. >> good evening everyone. pg&e most closely guarded secret upped the streets of san francisco is a secret no more. >> after two weeks of wrestling with the power company the fire chief finally getting answers. amy is here now with cooperation that the chief was fight to go get. >>reporter: it took some time but she got what she wanted. she knows where the pipes r.big question is what will she do with the form? will sheree lease it or keep it to herself? here it is. map of the gas line running through san francisco. fire chief the white asked for this a week ago. >> very pleased that this morning representatives from pg&e came here to the building and hand delivered a map to me as well as the pipeline integrity management system plan. >>reporter: week ago pg&e refused to let her have it. for security and safety reasons. we asked them about the change of heart. >> we have looked at both the safety and security concerns and we knew there was a lot of interest from the public and a
ABC
Sep 14, 2010 11:00pm PDT
to the hospital. >> they asked for fight against the fire. >> there were citizens helping us drag fire hose and it was all hand on deck in every sense of the word. >> matt didn't hesitate. >> it was like, boom. we have to help people. this is my city. >> he pulled hoses through people's homes to get people close to the fire quickly. >> they hook it up to the fire high drandz. >> they didn't get the crucial help they needed for more than an hour. that's how long it took. -- that's how long to shut the gas off, and investigatorses want to know why. >> the two valves on both sides of this event, a mile, mile and a half away are manual. thisy have to be turned manually to be turned off. >> they will look into why the line doesn't have valves that shut off automatically which some pg&e lines do have. investigators have asked the public to come forward and give them information that could help them figure out why this happened. they have received close to 90 e-mails. >> with 90 e-mails only one of the e-mails reported that a person smelled gas. it was several weeks ago they called pg&e and they g
ABC
Sep 28, 2010 11:00pm PDT
procedures. the state's existing supply of one of the drugs used in executions expires on friday. that means if a higher court does not reverse the decision by friday night, the state will be unable to execute brown for several months. >>> the big question in san leandro, how did a dead bear get there? the carcass showed up sunday night outside a market on foothill bowel -- boulevard. it had been shot. now authorities are trying to figure out who dumped this bear and why? amy hollyfield is live in san leandro with a very strange set of circumstances. >> dan, how did they get away with it? it has a liquor store, a deli and a taco restaurant and they were all open at the time. it was lie thrg on the sidewalk plain as day. but when the owner of el taco first saw it, he didn't believe it. >> when we pulled in the parking lot it was like, oh, look, someone is passed out drunk. and then my son said, no, it is a dog. i said, no, it is a bear. he said, it is a stuffed animal and i said, no, it is a bear. look at it. >> it was hard to believe because it was in front of a busy strip mall and all of th
ABC
Sep 16, 2010 11:00pm PDT
to me. i want to use her words. >>reporter: jackie and the girl died a week ago in the san bruno explosion and fire that killed at least 4 people. >> i want people to know that they matter. that this should never have happened. that we didn't deserve, they were just home making dinner. doing homework. >>reporter: she was eighth grader at the catholic school in san francisco. she was president of the student council. dancer. honor student. her classmates are determined to keep her memory alive. >> she's part of the class 2011 and she's a big part of it and we are not going to forget that. we are keeping her picture up. writ now her desk is still here with things in it. >>reporter: loved ones say the sudden death of jackie and vanessa made them realize the importance of cherishing every day. lesson it seems that she had already learned. >> even if we have a busy schedule we should take time to enjoy and appreciate all of god's gifts. >>reporter: impressive little girl. the few rallies are scheduled for tomorrow and the church has cancelled classes so the students can
ABC
Sep 20, 2010 11:00pm PDT
us natural gas pipeline. even the fire chief has had troubles getting information on where it is. >>> now you see it. now you don't. new shopping concept that is bringing business to vacant san francisco >> that segment of pipe was not on the top 100 list. >> it iing nyeed deadly fire that destroyed a neighborhood and sparked nationwide concern about the natural gas pipeline running under our homes. even so that san bruno pipeline was not considered dangerous enough to be on pg&e list of its 100 highest priorities. at the top of that list is solana county pipeline running through cordeal. >> more than 2 dozen of the top 100 here in the the bay area. highlighted on this map. laura spoke tonight with people living near some of the riskiest sites. laura. >>reporter: hi allen. this list from pg&e is really a tough read n.part because there was no detailed map that came with it. this area where i am right now in san pablo was pretty easy to find because there was a specific street listed in here but in many other location even the local are having a hard time figuring it out
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